Month: November 2019

4 Key Legal Considerations When Choosing Your Restaurant’s Location

This article was originally posted on Boston Magazine. Starting a new restaurant requires months, if not years, of planning. From concept to financing, location scouting to staffing, the number of tasks is countless, and the hurdles never-ending. The most difficult issues arise not from the things you expect, but from the unknown and unanticipated like…

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POSTED IN: Articles & Quotes, Hospitality Practice Group

Client Alert: Cannabis Control Commission Issues Quarantine Order on Vaporizing Products

Image of Attorney Adam Barnosky

On November 12, 2019, the Cannabis Control Commission, through its Executive Director, issued a quarantine order on vaporizing products, based on the determination that vaporizers “pose an immediate or serious threat to the public health, safety, or welfare and the quarantine is necessary to protect the public health, safety or welfare.” The order is effective…

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POSTED IN: Cannabis, News

RIW Attorney Christopher Agostino Presented at the National Institute for Coastal & Harbor Infrastructure Conference in Boston

On October 24, 2019, Ruberto, Israel & Weiner sponsored a conference hosted by the National Institute for Coastal & Harbor Infrastructure (NICHI) in Boston. More than 160 attendees gathered to learn more about the impact of sea level rise and storm surge on the City of Boston and other communities surrounding the Boston Harbor. RIW…

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POSTED IN: Commercial Real Estate, News

RIW Attorneys Receive 2019 Super Lawyers Recognition

Ruberto, Israel & Weiner congratulates Bradley L. Croft, Bill Friedler, Adam Barnosky, and Michael J. Barone, Jr. for being recognized as a part of the 2019 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Bradley Croft has been recognized as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer in Construction Litigation for the seventh consecutive year. Bill Friedler has been recognized as a…

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